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    Can anyone give me ballpark figures on how much a e30 m3 would cost for insurance for a 17 yr old without any wrecks. I know for a e30 325i it would be 162 a month. So any ideas? Thanks

  • #2
    If you really want to know the exact pricing, you should contact your current insurer for a price quotation.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by cRAzYgUy
      If you really want to know the exact pricing, you should contact your current insurer for a price quotation.
      I never thought about that.

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      • #4
        But no ballpark figures?

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        • #5
          Progressive.com will give you online quotes if you are scared of talking on the phone. :rolleyes:

          1988 Silver E30 ///M3 - Sold
          1995 Yellow E46 ///M3 - Ex-GrandAm Cup Racecar
          1995 Silver E36 ///M3 - Crapwagon
          1995 Black E36 ///M3 - Crappier Crapwagon (Turbo)
          1995 Purple E36 ///M3 - Crappiest Crapwagon (Euro S50 powered)
          1969 BMW 2002/1602
          1986 BMW 325 turbo

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          • #6
            i think the information you want is that it should be cheap............ to start with.

            200mo is about what mine was. my advice is to invest in a radar detector, and have a friendly run in with your town cops before they approach you with misassumptions that could fry your ass.

            did I mention I love fools who are given a little power?

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            • #7
              it's really more dependent on your location than anything else, so any specific figures other people give you aren't likely to be applicable in your area. I'd call your insurance agent. In my experience, E30 m3s aren't really any more expensive than the E30 325is.
              Seattle, WA
              currently:
              1988 M3, ex j-stock
              1984 911, RoW 3.2
              1990 Peugeot 205 GTI 1.9
              http://cars.g93.net

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              • #8
                Originally posted by dreeves
                it's really more dependent on your location than anything else, so any specific figures other people give you aren't likely to be applicable in your area. I'd call your insurance agent. In my experience, E30 m3s aren't really any more expensive than the E30 325is.
                Whats the difference between your 2 cars? 325is and m3. It would give me an idea.

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                • #9
                  I'm 21 and live in fresno, california. These are my monthy costs

                  1985 325e - $47 (salvage title)

                  1991 M3 $78 (clean title)

                  hope that helps


                  Originally posted by drinaldis
                  I dated a girl who used to do the reverse grind. I kinda liked it.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by deez2nutts4u
                    I'm 21 and live in fresno, california. These are my monthy costs

                    1985 325e - $47 (salvage title)

                    1991 M3 $78 (clean title)

                    hope that helps
                    Thanks for the info. Thats cheap though.

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                    • #11
                      Insurance is obviously very expensive in the USA. Mine here in Australia is agreed valued (replacement value) for $38000USD and costs me $910USD per year.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Euro ///M3 Turbo
                        But no ballpark figures?
                        I ono..it's really hard to say. I've worked under an insurance agent and a lot of factors will affect your pricing. It really varies.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by cRAzYgUy
                          I ono..it's really hard to say. I've worked under an insurance agent and a lot of factors will affect your pricing. It really varies.
                          Ok thanks.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Euro ///M3 Turbo
                            Whats the difference between your 2 cars? 325is and m3. It would give me an idea.
                            All three (911, 325is, M3) cost exactly the same.
                            Seattle, WA
                            currently:
                            1988 M3, ex j-stock
                            1984 911, RoW 3.2
                            1990 Peugeot 205 GTI 1.9
                            http://cars.g93.net

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                            • #15
                              so is your car turbo, 2.5, or euro? get a CRX.

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